D.C. lawyer, civil rights leader and Clinton confidante Vernon Jordan appeared on the TV series The Good Wife on Tuesday night, testing his acting chops (well, sorta) by playing himself.
Libyan state news is estimating some 96 people were dead after a plane crash Wednesday at Tripoli National Airport. The plane, a Afriqiyah Airways flight from Johannesberg, South Africa, crashed during landing. Manifests showed 93 passengers and 11 crew members on board. (Via CNN.com)
Considering his claim to be able to compose full symphonies in his head, Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is rightly considered a musical genius and virtuoso. But that doesn’t mean listening to him will make your kid any smarter.
All it took was one car accident to derail Charlie Davies’ World Cup chances.
Two weeks ago, the Supreme Court let a famed cross remain on federal land. Thieves had a different idea.
The daily concerns facing major sports entities are commonplace: ticket sales, sponsorships, television ratings. Up until Wednesday, not having a hall of a fame was the NASCAR special.
When it comes to Internet surfing, there’s the need for speed. In its latest release, Mozilla thinks users want privacy, too.
“Complete the danged fence.”
− JOHN MCCAIN, Arizona Senator, in a new ad for the Arizona Senate primary election, saying the state must keep out illegal immigrants
I don’t know if it’s just me, but all the 80-year-olds in my life have an obsession with food.
“An extensive check of online and offline dictionaries did not reveal a single dictionary that correctly referred to gravity being the operative force in a siphon,”
− STEPHEN HUGHES, a physicist at Australia’s University of …
Manny Pacquiao is no stranger to winning. He’s won every single fight since 2005, and 51 out of 56 matches in his career overall. All that winning got him seven world titles. Now, he can add another: Congressman.
This video isn’t remarkable for this sixth grader’s rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” (credible though it may be.)